Episode 19 | Audry Adams: Redeeming Hard Things


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Audry Adams is the mother of the kid throwing the tantrum in front of all the other guests at the birthday party.

Yes, many of us have been there. But, Audry has those difficult parenting moments more often than most. Her oldest son has Asperger syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder that can make it difficult for kids to communicate well, engage in social interactions, be emotionally flexible, and calm down when they are upset.

Because Audry has had so many challenges as a mother, she has learned to seek out ways to redeem these difficult moments. She shared her story on our podcast so that other parents of “difficult” kids would know that they are not alone in the unique struggles that they face.

Audry is the mother of three children, the wife of Jim and a supportive and encouraging presence to a large community of friends.

4 Responses to “Episode 19 | Audry Adams: Redeeming Hard Things”

  1. Denise says:

    I have really appreciated this podcast. I got the link from the FB page Asperger’s Support Network. I would so love to connect with Audry. Her experience sounds so similar to ours. She’s very well spoken. I also appreciate her sharing about God and her faith. We have struggled with parenting our daughter (age 9) who was recently diagnosed with Asperger’s. This podcast was a warm embrace for me. Thanks!

  2. amy smith says:

    I needed this! Thank you. I am going through this with my boy. As a Christian, I loved her impute and perspective. <3 <3 <3 <3

    • Audry Adams says:

      Thanks for the encouragement, Amy. Your comment reminds me that I am not alone. There are a whole bunch of us out there struggling with similar parenting challenges. We need each other desperately. Hang in there!


  3. Audry Adams says:

    Hi Denise,

    Thank you for your kind remarks. It is encouraging for me to know that perhaps my family’s journey can be of benefit to someone else. Redemption! :). I would be happy to connect with you. I love opportunities to link arms with others. Please feel free to drop me an email at audryadams@msn.com.


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